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Monday, March 11, 2013

Hippity Hoppity

Elements credited to:
Digi Deborah's for the Spring wordart in kit named "Spring, Sun and Easter"
You can download it at:
Did you know that the Easter Bunny is busy, busy and just more busy coloring all those thousands of eggs for everyone's baskets.  As a little girl, I just couldn't wait to go find each and every single one.  Some of mine contained candy, but most of the eggs were REAL. 
My mother always included one egg that was BROWN and one egg that was WHITE.  Each had a special place in our Easter decorations.  The white represented Christ's birth and the brown represented the death and resurrection of Christ, both coming from the stable where Jesus was born.  Both treasured above else.  Whoever found them, placed it next to the Bible and our cross and became an intricate part of the story of Easter.  
And, if your children are little (hard boil them)
and leave them their natural color.
And, this tradition was carried on with my children
and it has continued now that my children have
children.  Hopefully it will never end.
And, just like all children .... I remember the fun of coloring the eggs.  The laughter, the spilled food color and the funny faces.  And, as my children became older .... the money eggs also made their appearances, but the "TREASURED NATURAL EGGS" still had THEIR place of honor in our homes.
Image of our eggs.
Just wanted to share another one of our traditions.  Who knows maybe you will want to start this one in your own home.
May your day be filled with love and laughter.  Hugs, Sue


Chrissys4Cards said...

Beautiful blog today - lovely to read.

Moments by Marla said...

Sue, I just picked up your wordart for the last few days. You have been so very creative and oh so busy. Thank you so much for your kindness and generosity!!

Edwina said...

Thank you for sharing your Easter tradition. I have never heard of this one. I love it. Thank you for the pretty sentiment. Edwina Brown

Decosse's Dynamite Doodles said...

Thanks for sharing such a beautiful Easter tradition with us. I loved your story and the meaning behind it. Also thanks for the word art.


Lisa Lynn said...

Sue, thanks for sharing that it is beautiful.

Granny Enchanted said...

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